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  1. The return of 'Arrested Development'

    Andy Greenwald

    Is the return of Arrested Development really such a great idea? And all your other small-screen questions answered in this month's TV mailbag.

    Story | Conversation | May 21, 2013
  2. Three Insta-Reactions to NBC's Plan to Give The Tonight Show to J...

    Andy Greenwald

    When the usually soft Jay Leno starts hitting his network bosses hard, it's clear that change — like winter in Westeros — is coming to the late-night landscape. Today, Bill Carter — the indefatigable biographer of the chattering cha...

    Blog | March 20, 2013
  3. NBC Announces It Would Like Its Comedies to Be Broader, Better-Ra...

    Andy Greenwald

    When the ship's going down, any piece of flotsam can look like a life raft. So it was yesterday at NBC's executive session at the Television Critics Association Press Tour, where, according to Alan Sepinwall, Peacock President Bob Greenblatt crowed a...

    Blog | July 25, 2012
  4. NBC Reportedly to Toss New Matthew Perry Show in the Olympic Pool...

    Andy Greenwald

    Taking a cue from Sasha Baron Cohen's The Dictator, NBC is reportedly considering whether to fire its own starter's pistol on the 2012-13 television season. By launching their early pilot pickup Go On (starring Matthew Perry as an "irreverent yet cha...

    Blog | May 01, 2012
  5. Do We Really Want Another Season of Arrested Development?

    Andy Greenwald

    Where were you when you heard the news that brought a generation of Motherboys out chicken dancing into the street? On a Segway perhaps? Or just chilling at the Banana Stand? Did it make your eyebrows raise or fall off entirely, a la Stan Sitwell? Ye...

    Blog | October 04, 2011